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It can be so frustrating trying to get everything done that we need to do on any given day. One great way to overcome that challenge is to look at the rhythms of our lives and build them intentionally.
One of our most powerful tools is the ability to control our emotions. We can both control them and be authentic.
Let's talk about our need to be more selfish. Maybe we just need a balanced self-view.
So often, we tell our kids that big emotions are ok, and when they experience those big emotions, we try to shut them down.
Can affirmation hurt us?
When we are going through difficult times, we will benefit from making a slight pivot shift, asking ourselves, "what can I learn from this?"
Sometimes, people think that intensity is yelling or screaming at your children. While that can be true, it is not complete. The severity of consequences can also be intense, and they often don't work. Listen here for a better strategy.
What does it mean to be Valiant in our day? How do we move and grow? What does a vacuum have to do with it?
Emotional Intelligence has two domains, ourselves and others. Today's episode explores ways that we can better understand others.
We all know we need to continue to grow our emotional intelligence and strength, but how do we do it? Consider these eight habits and behaviors to improve your emotional world.
What could you change if you could pick off small changes at a time? This episode brings an easily followed system to facilitate change in your life.
We don't often think about developing our emotional muscles. When we do, this podcast has some benchmarks that we can shoot for. Number six is, "Embrace Failure." Listen on for the rest of the list.
What happens when you can't find the why? Maybe you can't find why you overreact to something. What do you do? Good news! You don't need insight to change. You need a plan.
We often think about how much money something costs us, but I find that we rarely think about how much of our life something will cost us.
Maybe if we chased meaning, we'd find happiness.
What do we do when? That is the question, perhaps the greatest question.
Now that we've identified our defense mechanisms, cognitive distortions, and schemas what do we do?
If we want to change how we act, we'll need to first go after our thoughts. Ironically, our actions will be what often help us change our thoughts.
The number one impact on your actions is your habits of thinking. What happens when those habits of thinking are hurting us? Well, we need to change them, but first, we need to recognize the thoughts that might be steering us in the wrong direction.
This episode kicks off a series regarding how we think and live. The connection between both and how we and live fuller, more meaningful lives.
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